Thanks for refreshing my memory. It made me realize that I have been in touch with Lyon before ... a quick search ... Yes! He sent me his MATLAB scripts in April 2008. We'll have a look at these tools again in the new context.
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I was trying to use Delft3D grid generator to make curvilinear, orthogonal grids for roms. But a problem troubled me. By 3D software, the land grid could be deleted. But when converted to roms grid, the locations and depth are 0. So it seems that the land grid should not be deleted. Correct; as far...
- Thu May 14, 2009 6:13 am
- Forum: ROMS Installation
- Topic: Intel Fortran compiler bug report (this is not bug in ROMS)
- Replies: 3
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shchepet wrote: There are 7 such symbols: , / F T f t I'm not sure about the reasoning behind the first two problem characters (they might be considered field separators), but the T's and F's are interpreted by the system as representations for .TRUE. and .FALSE. Since you don't specify the format o...
- Wed Feb 13, 2008 6:06 am
- Forum: ROMS Discussion
- Topic: Orthogonal grids and conservation laws
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I agree with John to some degree. If you are careful when implementing conservation equations such that you use exactly the same formulation for both the flux leaving a cell and entering a neighboring cell (or even better: compute the flux once and use it twice, once with + and once with - sign) the...
For the time being I tend to agree with Giles, but that opinion might be affected by the way in which things got implemented in Delft3D. Step 1: determine sediment transport capacity (reference concentration) not taking into account limited sediment availability. Step 2a: reduce bedload by factor re...